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City launch free girls football sessions around Bristol

The Bristol City Community Trust are pleased to expand their free girls football sessions to three new locations. 

Following on from the success of the SSE Wildcats session at South Bristol Sports Centre, Bristol City Community Trust are extending the girls football programme to three new locations: Ashton Park Sports Centre, Chew Valley Leisure Centre and Peasedown St John Recreation Ground.

These free football sessions for girls aged six-11 provide a fun and supportive environment for girls of all abilities to get involved in football and develop their footballing skills.

The sessions are ran by FA qualified Bristol City Community Trust coaches and are tailored specifically to girls.

The sessions run:
Every Tuesday from 5pm to 6pm at Peasedown Recreaction Ground, book here.
Every Thursday from 3:45pm to 4:45pm at Chew Valley Leisure Centre, book here.
Every Thursday from 5pm to 6pm at Ashton Park Sports Centre, book here.

Sessions can be booked using the links above or you can simply drop into a session.

For further information please contact: jon.pinches@bcfc.co.uk


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